Perhaps tried to survive at home until 18, as I will never stop remembering seeing my Father cry.
I don't have any regrets, it was wild, different, learn't the Hospitality Industry and loved it until 37.
See how I'm doing this differently?
Perfect time, made peace, grew up, had some discussions, Grandma was there and saw/heard it all, peace, then she passed away in her sleep that night.
Ferk. Well that's the time the ex-husband wrote " At 40, I knew all I wanted to do was ride my motor bike all day and night" should not have married him at 37, so glad I kicked his azz, have an amazing husband now.
Career. Who would have thought that passions can come back and make create a business at my age, if I knew that back then, I would have done more instead of going off into different fields/ areas. But alas, as long as it lasts as long as I can do it, creating is now my life.
Outback. I've always referred myself to an Aboriginal that being, bare foot, etc.. Love it. I grew up in the hills, we had a place by the river, I am now home where I belong...
PS, there is actually an Aboriginal hut, heritaged where I now reside, makes me wonder.
I'm happy with the progress in my life, I'm at the best stage of it. My honest only regret is those that i "meet" along the line no matter how I meet them, ie) in person or not, that I never get to "meet" I know that made sense to me, as I'm blonde.